The San Marcos River Entity

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An invisible presence haunts the banks of the San Marcos River. An ominous feeling and impressions in the grass mark the place where the invisible presence passes.

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San Marcos River
Luling, TX
United States

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29.66735659511032, -97.65380144119263
Caldwell County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Luling, TX (5.5 mi.)
Staples, TX (8.4 mi.)
Kingsbury, TX (9.9 mi.)
Lockhart, TX (10.0 mi.)
Weinert, TX (10.3 mi.)
Martindale, TX (10.9 mi.)
Redwood, TX (13.3 mi.)
Uhland, TX (15.6 mi.)
Geronimo, TX (16.8 mi.)
San Marcos, TX (17.2 mi.)


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  1. I don’t know if this entity is there or not, but the San Marcos river is south of Stairtown. The position located on your map is north of Stairtown. I live in San Marcos and would like to investigate this further, but better directions are requested. Thank you.

  2. We frequent the river all of the time and have never seen,heard or felt anything out of the ordinary.The only imprints that we find on the ground are from the fat partiers that have passed out from drinking.We stay there late at night and have never seen or heard any entities or ghosts.

  3. Most of my experience is form in and around Fentress which is on the river. In fact, I live on the river. Yes, there is something that seems to be attached to the San Marcos River. It seems mobile but I don’t know what it is. I believe it is most associated with shadow beings. Whatever it is I think it follows the river. I seldom feel it it in the daytime

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